undogmatically love

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  • adv. In an undogmatic fashion.

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Examples

  • That minimalist mobile kitchen, for instance, spoke to a generation of young professionals living in temporary, open-plan accommodation, using space flexibly and undogmatically.

    In the Comfort of One's Museum

  • If the mass movement desired by Professor Chomsky is of the sort that Professor Moore calls for, an attempt at "synthesizing the achievements of liberalism with those of revolutionary radicalism," then it will be necessary to spend much more time on defining, eclectically and undogmatically, the positive intellectual and political tasks which Professor Chomsky hints at in the last part of his letter, and less time on the negative task of pillorying one's enemies.

    The Ethics of Intervention

  • It cannot be harmful if the writer proceeds undogmatically, making constant appeals to the judgment of his readers and claiming no authority for his statements except in so far as they find favor there.

    The Principles of Aesthetics

  • Erasmus, the individual quality in the style of every writer -- but all these questions he treats lightly and undogmatically.

    Early Theories of Translation

  • The result, therefore, in this region, is no system of definite and certain truth, as in Physics, but is either suspense of judgment altogether, or else a tentative scheme or working hypothesis, to be held undogmatically, in an attitude of constant receptiveness for further light, and in full readiness for modification in the direction of the truth.

    Life and Matter A Criticism of Professor Haeckel's 'Riddle of the Universe'

  • It's useful to extract the common denominators of all the Christian denominations, and relink them undogmatically to Western Civilization.

    The Brussels Journal - The Voice of Conservatism in Europe

  • What he does say, in a letter to Robert Graves, and again rather undogmatically, is: 'It would not matter, I think, if we did not altogether agree, so long as we made our differences conspicuous and interesting.'

    London Review of Books

  • The architects and builders of the Obama field campaign, on the other hand, have undogmatically mixed timeless traditions and discipline of good organizing with new technologies of decentralization and self-organization.

    D-Day

  • Be constantly aware of Fat Tony´s superiority over Doctor John: Taleb is the PhD and Ivy League graduate who would much rather hang around with (let alone put economic and social trust in) an innumerate high school-dropout chum from Brooklyn who thinks freely and undogmatically about world affairs, than with a distinguished savant who´s one hundred percent chained to the iron ball of naïvely blind theorizing; never forget that many times the common folk are way wiser than the presumed wise men who tend to have the leader´s ear

    Pablo Triana: Taleb`s Value to a Politician

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